Water Conservation #2: Showering


Great ideas can come to you in the shower – it’s been scientifically proven – but there’s actually greater productivity and comfort when you’re out of that shower. Showering times can be undeniably awesome after a long and tiring day at work, especially when you bring in your mobile device to stream movies (or blast music), but it’s also easy to lose track of time and the amount of water wasted when you’re so comfortable in your little, watery heaven.

I certainly enjoy my soothing, long showers, but it’s time we all seek other more conventional methods of relaxation that doesn’t involve wasting water.

Do you know that being sleepy can do wonders for your creativity? And the bed is definitely a more comfortable place for you to relax your mind and body after a tiring, long day.

We only have 24 hours each day; surely you wouldn’t want to spend too much of that time daydreaming in the bathroom? Set an alarm for five minutes, and once that time runs out, turn off the shower faucet. It’s more than sufficient for getting yourself clean.

Make every drop count.
Water conservation is everyone’s responsibility.


By Vivian Tan


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